Con Mi Gente: Big Heroes Program to Assist Adults with Special Needs
BROWNSVILLE – A newly revamped kitchen is now being used for Big Heroes program.
It's a program for young adults with special needs who can no longer attend public schools.
The Leadership Brownsville Class 34 raised money to rebuild a kitchen to help teach young adults life skills and kitchen safety.
"What they teach them here and what they learn here to do is what you and I take for granted," said Cameron County District Attorney Luis Saenz.Watch the video above for the full segment of Con Mi Gente.
Live Q&A: Workforce Solutions
New coronavirus trends in Brownsville show bulk of infections are younger residents
Fire consumes mobile-home in Alamo
Non-profit group holding prayer vigil for Valley community amid pandemic, protests
Valley representatives support local protests calling for positive change, share ideas to...